Veteran Kamwendo to rejoin Nomads: I will be saviour

Mighty Be Forward Wanderers legendary midfielder Joseph Kamwendo is back in the country from South Africa where he terminated his contract with the National First Division (NFD) side Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila (TTM).

Kamwendo : Always a Nomad

The midfield maestro coincidentally returns when his former club is sailing through troubled water following their two successive losses out of their opening three competitive league and cup matches of the 2019 season.

While refusing to disclose the reasons that forced him to terminate his one year contract with TTM, The former Caps United (Zimbabwe), Nordsjaelland (Denmark), Orlando Pirates (South Africa), Club de Maculmana (Mozambique) and TP Mazembe (DRC) has described Wanderers current situation as worrisome.

“I have come to save my people [Nomads]!” said Kamwendo.

“However, after giving it a deep thought [On what was happening in South Africa], I realized that it was better to return home and save my people before I retire [from active football],” he was quoted by a local Television Station Mibawa.

The gifted left footed midfielder emphasized that Wanderers supporters deserve better things.

He therefore revealed he is ready to start training even without contract negotiations.

“I am going to die for them [Wanderers supporters]. I will start training immediately. I am a Nomad and there is no need for me to have a contract first before I start training” Kamwendo told Mibawa.

Wanderers lost a number of key players that helped them to win the 2017-2018 elite league.

Some of the players are Yamikani Chester, Peter Wadabwa, Precious Sambani, Esau Kanyenda among others.

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mulumuzana
mulumuzana
3 years ago

KATUNDU WA PLAYER NEBA NKHAWA BIIII WELCOME HOME JOSEPH

ZUGU
ZUGU
3 years ago

kamwendo ndi deal…welcome back munthu wankulu

chaiwone wawo
3 years ago

I think the nomads are taking a dangerous path. We all know Kamwendo is old and the team cannot depend on him for long. He is not the solution to the current problems the club is facing. New blood is the solution. for me its better to struggle with the young joiners and shape then than retiring players from retirement to come and play. By now Kamwendo need to be considered in other roles and not as a player

Ntambanyama Sports Desk
Reply to  chaiwone wawo

palibe wanena kuti kamwendo ndi solution bwana

Madukano
Madukano
3 years ago

OK akazakusiya pa bench usazamenyane ndi a team manager paja iwe phuma sumafuna kuti ukhale pa bench

Justin Chalira
Justin Chalira
3 years ago

Orange is new blue kkkkkk

WAKALE
WAKALE
3 years ago

MPAKA SAVE MY PEOPLE KKKK ARE YOU JESUS

wa manoma
wa manoma
3 years ago
Reply to  WAKALE

inu chizungu chimakuvutani eti ? to save people means kutumikila anthu osati zimene mwalembazo akulu

Chingolopiyo
Chingolopiyo
3 years ago
Reply to  wa manoma

Kutumikira is serve not save. Save is kupumulumusa

Ntambanyama Sports Desk
Reply to  WAKALE

technical language abwana in footbal we understand this language

National CEO
National CEO
3 years ago

Just say that you failed to perform in RSA. Characteristics of Male Malawian Football players nowadays.

alick
alick
3 years ago

Joseph, welcome back to our team, training first and contract negotiations letter

Watson
Watson
3 years ago

Welcome Shakira to your home of blues

katayeni chitutu
katayeni chitutu
3 years ago

you are welcome to the big family

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